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The project brief was to create additional sleeping accommodation and provide access onto the raised rear garden via a new balcony and terrace.  Located within a conservation area, the house was one of three identical miners cottages located on the main road on the outskirts of the village.

It was important to create a design that was sympathetic to these heritage assets and offer a structure that was both disconnected and subservient to that of the main house.  Using raised conveyor belt structures as a source of inspiration and materials that also reflect the area's industrial heritage the addition stands in its own right, creating a small piece of gateway architecture.

Do you live in a Listed Building or Conservation Area?

Redesign has obtained planning permission for many schemes within conservation areas and is experienced in making applications for listed building consent  - if your project has a heritage element to it then feel free to get in touch